Hamas Supporters Are Now Scaring Kids Threatening To Kill Christmas Shoppers in Toronto Malls

Dec 18, 2023

I’ve said it 100 times over the past three protest-filled years. Your disruptive preventative protests can fuck off. Especially one’s over foreign religious conflicts supported by terrorists fortunate enough to live in Canada.

I don’t care where you are from. I don’t care about the color of your skin or what you’ve been told your cause is by the people paying you to show up to a mall to pray to the same God that told you to threaten families while Christmas shopping. This is just performative bullshit by a group of assholes who hates Jews, Canada, and white people they call “Oppressors.”

Several malls across the GTA hosted #TeamHamas Support protests. Kids and parents were threatened with death from Allah and were told they’d get buried 6 feet underground by assholes in ski masks.

You know, Tis’ the season for terror threats by cowards in ski masks and unemployed terror sympathizers.

Some of you might not agree with my opinion that these kinds of protests are boring, pointless, and not peaceful.

Once again, I don’t care. I hate all protests equally if that protest includes anyone in a ski mask threatening Christmas shoppers or someone in Ottawa just trying to get to work to feed their families.

You can tell me that I’m not sympathetic. You can say to me war isn’t a joke. You can tell me I must align with every protest as a right. None of those things are true because you say them or want to label me as pro-genocide.

Three things are true:

  1. Hamas is the governing body of Palestine.
  2. Hamas committed a brutal terror attack as the opening salvo of a war they started. As sad as the demolition of Hamburg was by Allied forces in the waning days of WW2, the aggressors are to blame for the tragedy of war and every tragedy that resides in the response.
  3. Canadians driving to and from work, shoppers, and mall Santas shouldn’t be collateral damage in a foreign conflict fuelled by religious extremism. Bagel, coffee, and clothing stores shouldn’t be targets of mobs organized by foreign interests who simply hate Jews and the West for not supporting a terror attack that raped, murdered and beheaded 1400 human beings.

Ginning up support for Hamas by terrorizing Christmas shoppers has the opposite effect of their desired outcome. Generally, Canadians walk by this shit and want to get past it so they can get to Kernals for a bag of Chicago Mix popcorn in the food court. But there is no walking by this shit when this shit follows you around screaming “Death To The West,” telling Doug, Sally, and the kids they have Palestinian blood on their hands.

Doug and Salley couldn’t point to Palestine on a map, and they were hoping to grab a few gifts and some bubble tea at Yorkdale on a Sunday with the Fam Jam.

Meanwhile, the child abuse protest scene ramps up.

I’m going to have a fine Christmas. While I mourn the suffering of innocents in every global conflict started by terror states, I understand war. I also appreciate the social contract my family signed when we agreed to immigrate to Canada when I was two. My father drilled it into my head, and I’m glad he did.

We were intensely familiar with Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and threatening to murder Canadians because you support a foreign cause isn’t covered in the Charter. It’s not peaceful. Like parking a hundred semis in downtown Ottawa, blaring horns isn’t friendly. It’s the opposite of calm, as it is destroying the freedom of other Canadians trying to do some fucking Christmas shopping.

Banning religion taxing the churches, mosques, and synagogues is a solution. Policing this shit works, too, if we choose actually to police it. That freedom ends when our freedom to live peacefully begins, and that shit isn’t peaceful. It doesn’t create sympathy. It doesn’t get people to donate and certainly doesn’t create empathy for your cause, especially when you started it.



Dean Blundell

Dean Blundell is a Canadian radio personality. Best known as a longtime morning host on CFNY-FM (The Edge) in Toronto, Ontario. In 2015 he was named the new morning host on sports radio station CJCL (Sportsnet 590 The Fan). Dean started his career in radio in 2001 and for nearly 20 years been entertaining the radio audience. Dean’s newest venture is the launch of his site and podcast which is gaining tremendous momentum across North America.

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